Four Hawley Troxell Attorneys, Honorees of Idaho Business Review’s Leaders In LawAdded by Hawley Troxell in News on November 21, 2018
Boise, Idaho-November 21, 2018. Congratulations to Hawley Troxell attorneys, Jon Bauer, Mark Peterson, Jamie Moon, and Chelsea on receiving Idaho Business Review’s Leaders in Law honoree. The award is judged by previous Leaders in Law honorees. Experience counts. Dedication, hard work, skill, tenacity and excellence are expected. Compassion is essential. The Idaho Business Review’s Leaders in Law award recognizes all of these qualities and is dedicated to individuals whose leadership, both in the legal profession and in the community, has had a positive impact on Idaho.
Jon Bauer was honored in the Partner category. Jon Bauer is a business attorney focusing on business formations, general business counseling, mergers and acquisitions, commercial real estate and other general commercial transactions. In his business practice Jon represents clients including startups and established business entities, corporate tenants and landlords, business buyers and sellers and lenders.
Jon also works extensively with clients on estate planning and probate matters. Helping clients navigate the often complicated and difficult issues that arise in such cases is a rewarding part of his practice.
Jon’s experience in both the estate planning and business arenas provides him with the unique opportunity to help his clients with business succession planning. From the earliest planning stages through completion of the full business transition, Jon applies his extensive knowledge to help assure a successful business transition allowing his clients’ businesses to successfully operate over multiple generations.
Mark Peterson was honored in the Partner category. Mark defends numerous employers and sureties at all stages of workers’ compensation matters including at hearings and mediations before the Idaho Industrial Commission and in appellate matters before the Supreme Court of Idaho. Mark’s workers’ compensation experience spans from small companies to some of the largest employers and insurance companies in the world. His experience also includes representing employers and sureties in compliance matters before the Idaho Industrial Commission.
Mark represents multiple medical providers in a variety of transactional and litigated matters. His health law practice includes the representation of hospitals in medical indigency, Medicaid and Medicare appeals, medical liens, federal regulatory compliance, involuntary Mental Health Commitments, claims against estates, bankruptcies, collections, and judicial confirmation of contractual relationships with governmental entities. His health law experience also includes representing hospitals in licensing issues and successfully preventing the improper disclosure of mental health records by the Idaho State Department of Health & Welfare. He has represented providers before the Idaho Supreme Court, Federal District and Bankruptcy Courts, numerous District Courts within the state, administrative bodies appealing improper Medicaid and Medicare denials, and before a majority of the Boards of County Commissioners throughout the State of Idaho. Mark represents individuals and entities in a wide variety of litigation matters including breach of contract, negligence, liens, collections and other general litigation.
Jamie Moon was honored in the Associate category. Jamie focuses her practice in the area of workers’ compensation for employers, commercial litigation and employment law. Jamie defends numerous employers and sureties at all stages of workers’ compensation matters. She also represents employers in employment defense for federal and state administrative agencies, affirmative action compliance and the Family and Medical Leave Act.
Chelsea Porter was honored in the Associate category. Chelsea is a member of the firm’s Public Finance and Local Government Law practice group. She serves as bond counsel, issuer’s counsel and disclosure counsel in various public finance transactions. She also aids clients with ongoing compliance issues throughout the life of their bonds. In addition, Chelsea assists in the documentation and due diligence necessary for commercial lending transactions.
The four attorneys along with peers, family and friends celebrated at the Idaho Business Review’s Leaders in Law reception on November 15, 2018.
About Hawley Troxell:
Hawley Troxell is Idaho’s largest, full service business law firm. With locations in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Falls, Pocatello, and Reno, Hawley Troxell’s headquarters is located at 877 W. Main Street, Boise, Idaho. Hawley Troxell has 75 attorneys, with 21 practice groups. Hawley Troxell is also the exclusive member firm in Idaho for Lex Mundi, the world’s leading network of independent law firms with in-depth experience in 100+ countries worldwide. For additional information about the firm, visit www.hawleytroxell.com; for additional information about Lex Mundi, visit www.lexmundi.com
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